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Can I view data on a symantec ghost image w/ out restoring the entire image ?

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Hello,

My firm used ghost images (symantec ghost) a long time ago. Since I've been here we've been using .iso (microsoft bdd). i have a bunch of dvds with old ghost images on them. is there anyway for me to view the files contained within these images (i.e. mounting an iso) w/ out having to find a way of restoring the entire ghost images ??   thanks in advance.
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If you have ghostexp.exe Ghost explorer from any version of Ghost Solution suite or Enterprise versions or maybe evn a personal version,. you should be able to explre and extract files from a *.gho

I hope this helps !
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thanks ghost explorer did the trick !!
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